Let’s start off this blog by all answering a true or false statement.True or false: “I am guilty of preparing the same meals week after week.”
Was your answer true? (Mine was!!)
Is it wrong to eat the same meals every week? Not necessarily. If anything, it’s a great strategy for when you’re short on time and energy. You know exactly what to get at the grocery store, you know how long each meal will take to cook, and you know the recipe like the back of your hand.
The only trouble, of course, is that your taste buds may start to feel severely underwhelmed. “Oh yay. Chicken, rice, and broccoli…again…”
Hey, all my busy friends out there! This post is for you! Whether you're working crazy long hours, taking on a huge course load this semester, or juggling lots of kiddos, it can be downright H A R D to prepare yourself a decent meal.
I feel you, sister. That's why today I'm sharing 5 tips for maximizing nutrition without sacrificing time. I know this is something everyone can appreciate, especially those of us who are extra short on time. Let's get started!
Today I'm sharing5 mistakesyou may be making before going grocery shopping that can lead to wasteANDhow you can fix them. After reading this blog, you'll have 5 tangible ways to be a more competent, strategic, and money-saving, grocery-shopping ROCK STAR! #yeahgirl
Because I’ve prepped many meals in the course of these last few years, I’ve had to overcome my fair share of meal prepping mishaps. One of the biggest hurdles was learning how to keep my food FRESH. Today I want to share my three biggest tips for keeping my food as fresh as possible. And if you want to learn even more about this topic, I have a FREE guide you can download to help you keep your food as crispy, crunchy, smoky, salty, sweet, and/or downright delectable to the best of your abilities. Let’s get started!
As a registered dietitian (and as the official grocery shopper of my family), I have plenty of tips and tricks for how to make the most out of your grocery store visit. Today I’m going to share with you the 4 steps I take to save money, purchase exactly what I need, and make sure none of it goes to waste.
As someone who has survived the crazy schedule of a college student, intern, employee, and now entrepreneur, I understand the frustration you may feel when you come home ravenous after a busy day only to discover a filthy kitchen void of anything edible besides maybe stale cereal or a can of refried beans. Yay.
Thankfully, I have developed a weekend kitchen checklist that makes certain I don't run into this sort of situation, and I am excited to share it with you today!